The Baltimore region could become a global center for predictive health care and life sciences thanks to its selection as one of 31 inaugural Tech Hubs by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
Johns Hopkins APL has been working on advancing scientific knowledge, capabilities, and setting the stage for the commercialization of space.
Accelerating Maryland’s economic growth will require improved access to venture capital, improved human capital development and enhanced technology transfer resources, according to a new study commissioned by the Maryland Tech […]
Soldiers on the battlefield can find themselves suddenly thrust into unfamiliar territory, caring for wounded comrades whose lives may depend on their ability to render quick and effective aid. Digital […]
Columbia-based Tenable announced for the third consecutive year that it has swept the Security Management category of the 2023 CRN Annual Report Card Awards by CRN, a brand of The […]
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, are working on a proof of concept for a conversational artificial intelligence agent. It will be able to provide medical […]
A group of U.S. Space Force faculty and the incoming inaugural cohort of Schriever and West Space Scholars recently toured the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory as a part of […]
TEDCO, of Columbia, announced portfolio company Linshom Medical, an Ellicott City-based startup medical device company focused on respiratory monitoring, received investments of $250,000 and $400,000 from the Abell Foundation and […]
A team of scientists and astronomers from Universities Space Research Association in Columbia, the SETI Institute and NASA announced the discovery of 69 new exoplanets in May. Digital edition This […]
Columbia-based TEDCO announced the awardees for the first round of the new Maryland Makerspace Initiative Program. Funding will be awarded to 20 projects spanning 11 counties and Baltimore City. The […]